After a very successful black tie event in 2009, the Huntington's Disease Association (HDA) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting another event of this kind in 2010, with patron Tony Hadley giving another exclusive live performance.
The singer, who is best known for his work as the frontman with 80s group Spandau Ballet, will perform at a dinner with a charity auction on October 29th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on the Liverpool waterfront.
Fans of Tony or those wanting to support the charity will be able to get tickets at £60 per head or £55 a head if booking a table of ten, while for an extra £30, the star will also do a meet and greet to guests, though tickets will be "strictly limited".
The HDA has also negotiated a reduced overnight rate at the hotel for those travelling from far away.
Supporters Phillipa Wright and Tony Lowe said: "We had the most amazing time last October so as soon as I heard that the black tie event was happening again with Tony Hadley supporting it, I have it in the diary with CAPITAL LETTERS! Not to be missed."
The HDA is financed through a mixture of trusts, foundations, statutory and corporate sectors, branches of the HDA, and members.
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